New Mission Test System from Cobham

New Mission Test System from Cobham

Published: 9th March 2018

Land Mobile Radio users, such as the emergency services, need to have complete confidence that their radios will work every time, especially in the most critical situations. Cobham’s new Mission Test System provides a quick and easy way for LMR end users to test their radios before going on shift.

The Mission Test System is a simple to use go/no-go test system, giving emergency service workers and other LMR users the ability to perform a quick operational check on their radio, before going on shift so they know their radio will work when they need it.

The Mission Test System consists of Cobham’s popular 8800SX Digital Radio Test Set plus an RF shield case to make sure that RF interference is not an issue during testing.

The system comes complete with the radio’s specific Auto-Test application. All you need to do is hook the radio up, close the case lid and push a button. Within a minute or less the 8800SX will show either a “Pass” or a “Fail.”

The 8800SX features the industry’s largest touch-screen and Cobham’s highly renowned Auto-Test Applications with their proven track record for speed, accuracy, and reliability and coverage of a wide range of radio manufacturers and models.

The Mission Test System is a combination of hardware and software and can be bought as a complete system, or for existing 8800SX customers, an upgrade kit is available.

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